Pregnant Meghan Markle dresses down for surprise meeting with uni bosses on how further education can change lives
The Duchess joined university leaders to explore how further learning can address human trafficking, slavery and gender equality.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, visited King's College London, but her trip was not announced.
She looked relaxed in a casual short-sleeved, black top as she jotted down notes and asked questions.
Laura Hammond, professor of development studies at SOAS University London, dropped news of the royal visit on Twitter, posting: "Thanks to HRH Duchess of Sussex for joining us!"
She added: "We had an excellent discussion about how research can tackle the problems of slavery and human trafficking. Thanks to HRH Duchess of Sussex for joining us!"
Laura added a picture of Meghan at the head of the table.
The ACU said the event was an opportunity to explore how higher education can help build a better world.
It discussed peace and reconciliation and climate change.
The event follows her speech to students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji in October.
Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her "personal feeling of pride and excitement" when she studied for her degree.
She described the education of women and girls in developing countries as "vital", and called higher education's impact "incredible, impactful and pivotal".
The Duchess has made it her goal to boost education for women in developing countries.
Her visit comes amid rumours of a rift between her and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
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